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AUVSI Overview . About AUVSI. Formed in 1972, AUVSI is the world’s oldest and largest non-profit organization devoted exclusively to unmanned systems. Started post-Vietnam in Dayton, Ohio, as the National Association for Remotely Piloted Vehicles

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AUVSI

Overview

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about auvsi
About AUVSI
  • Formed in 1972, AUVSI is the world’s oldest and largest non-profit organization devoted exclusively to unmanned systems.
    • Started post-Vietnam in Dayton, Ohio, as the National Association for Remotely Piloted Vehicles
  • Organization consists of a 23-member Board of Directors who are elected by the full membership
    • Board makes strategic decisions of the organization
  • Full-time staff of 11 run the operations and activities of AUVSI
  • The mission of AUVSI is to promote and support the unmanned systems community through communication, education and leadership.

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auvsi strength in numbers
AUVSI – Strength in Numbers
  • Current membership of more than 5,000 individuals worldwide, representing nearly 1,500 organizations and 50 countries
  • Diverse members from industry, government, academia
  • Database of more than 12,000 highly-qualified unmanned systems industry individuals

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three segments of the unmanned systems industry
Three Segments of the Unmanned Systems Industry
  • Defense Market
    • The defense market is finally maturing
    • Still a fledgling market
    • Trendy and Sexy
  • Civil Market
    • Quickly emerging
    • Domestic Security and Law Enforcement are the leaders
    • Will also include other governmental agency uses
  • Commercial Market
    • Just beginning to percolate
    • Will ultimately dwarf the other two segments

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Unmanned Systems Magazine

  • AUVSI’s bi-monthly magazine read by 20,000 people
  • Includes feature articles, news briefs, program updates, technology reports and much more
  • Complimentary distribution to key government officials
  • Submissions always welcome

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Air

Land

Sea

AUVSI Student Competitions

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auvsi student competitions
AUVSI Student Competitions
  • Originated in 1990 with a UAV Competition
  • Now includes 4 separate “mission-oriented” events
    • 2 air vehicle-oriented events
    • 1 ground vehicle-oriented event
    • 1 underwater vehicle-oriented event
  • Approximately 80 schools competed in 2005 events
  • Teams must design, build and deploy fully autonomous vehicles to complete a real-world task
  • Introduce students to the unmanned systems world and, hopefully, career opportunities
  • Nearly $400,000 awarded in prize money to date

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auvsi institute
AUVSI Institute
  • Recently established to better develop AUVSI’s professional, technical and educational services
  • Institute functions will include
    • Collection of industry knowledge and resources
    • Professional development courses
    • Educational workshops
    • Interactive forum to facilitate member dialogue
    • Market studies and research

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AUVSI’s Strategic Goals

  • GOAL 1 – Inclusive Community - AUVSI will be an inclusive and accessible global organization encompassing the unmanned community.
  • GOAL 2 – Global Focus - AUVSI will be an essential partner in the growth and reach of the global unmanned systems community.
  • GOAL 3 – Education and Outreach - AUVSI will facilitate the extension of unmanned systems knowledge and promotion of education opportunities.
  • GOAL 4 - Knowledge Source - AUVSI will be the best unmanned systems knowledge source.
  • Goal 5 - Advocacy and Influence - There will be recognition of AUVSI by government and industry as a powerful advocate for unmanned systems.

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auvsi s 2007 2008 priorities
AUVSI’s 2007-2008 Priorities
  • Establish a strong advocacy role
  • Better support existing Chapters and Member Groups
    • Financial support, admin and staff support, web-based support
  • Establish “Regions” to better support diverse geographic member needs
    • Europe, Australia and Canada initially
  • Provide increased support to our government customers worldwide
  • Seek out new civil and commercial markets for unmanned systems

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Current Chapters

Lindbergh

(San Diego)

Florida Peninsula

(Central Florida)

Atlanta

Great Lakes Chapter

(Warren, MI)

Blue Ridge

(Blacksburg, VA)

Lone Star

(Dallas/Fort Worth)

Hampton Roads

(Tidewater, VA)

Capitol

(Washington, D. C.)

Mountain West

(Utah)

Korean

(Seoul, South Korea)

Pathfinder

(Huntsville, AL)

Emerald Coast

(Florida Panhandle)

Saguaro

(Tucson, AZ)

Fort Benning/

Columbus, GA

Seafarer

(Patuxent River, MD)

Silicon Valley

(SF Bay Area, CA)

Wright-Kettering

(Dayton, OH)

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PATHFINDER

CHAPTER

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unmanned systems north america
“Unmanned Systems North America”
  • AUVSI’s Flagship Event
  • The largest exhibition of unmanned systems hardware in the world
  • 2008 Event (the 35d Annual) in San Diego, CA included:
    • Nearly 4,000 attendees
    • 215 Exhibitors from air, land and sea
    • More than 115 Presentations and Poster Sessions
  • Unmanned Systems 2009, August 10-13, Washington, DC

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AUVSI Annual

Symposium

Thurs – 9 Aug

Tues – 7 Aug

Wed – 8 Aug

Technical Papers

Technical Papers

Opening Plenary

Session - 0900

Exhibit Hall opens – 1200

Networking Luncheon

Opening Reception –

1600-1800

Poster Board Sessions

Poster Board Sessions

Networking Luncheon

Awards Luncheon

Plenary Session

Technical Papers

Social Event

Technical Papers

Poster Board Sessions

UAV Day – Monday - 6 Aug – Webster Field

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Corporate Members

Platinum

AAI Corporation

Air Force Research Laboratory - MLQF - Tyndall AFB

Aurora Flight Sciences Corporation

Autonomous Solutions, Inc.

The Boeing Company

DRS Unmanned Technologies, Inc.

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc.

General Dynamics Robotic Systems

L-3 Communications

Lockheed Martin Corporation

NEAT--North European Aerospace Test Range

Northrop Grumman Corporation

ParcAberporth

Raytheon Company

Science Applications International Corp.

SION Power Corporation

Teledyne Brown Engineering Inc.

Unmanned Technologies Australia Pty Ltd.

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Corporate Members

Gold

Honeywell

L-3 BAI, a division of L3 Communications

Optech Inc.

Schiebel Technology, Inc.

Smiths Aerospace LLC

SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific

U.S. Army RDECOM - TARDEC

Athena Technologies

Bell Helicopter

Booz Allen Hamilton

EG&G Technical Services, Inc.

General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products

Geneva Aerospace, Inc.

Harris Corporation

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Corporate Members

Silver

Applied Research Associates, Inc.

ARINC

CDL Systems

Cubic Defense Applications

D. P. Associates

General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems

Herley Industries, Inc.

iRobot

ITT Industries - Avionics Division

L-3 Communications Advanced Products and Design

MicroPilot

MicroStrain, Inc.

The MITRE Corporation

NovAtel, Inc.

Optical Alchemy

OR Concepts Applied

Proxy Aviation Systems

Robotic Systems JPO

Rockwell Collins

Sandia National Laboratories

Sierra Nevada Corporation - SNC

SpaceAge Control, Inc.

SPARTA, Inc.

SRA International, Inc.

UAVS Project Office

Vought Aircraft Industries, Inc.

Whitney, Bradley & Brown, Inc.

Yamaha Motor Company Ltd.

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Corporate Members

Bronze

Aerodyne, Inc.

AeroVironment, Inc.

All Terrain Vehicle Corporation

Ampex Data Systems

Applied Systems Intelligence, Inc.

Armada International

Augusta Systems

AVID LLC

Aviation Alberta Association

BAE Systems

Barco

Battlespace, Inc.

Bental, Inc.

Bluefin Robotics Corporation

Bobcat Company

Bowhead Support Services

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Corporate Members

Bronze

C&C Technologies, Inc.

CAS, Inc.

Chandler/May, Inc.

Cole Engineering Services, Inc.

CopterVision

Defense Research Associates, Inc.

DesignJug

D-STAR Engineering

Eagen, McAllister Assocates, Inc.

ElectroCraft Engineered Solutions, a Rockwell Automation business

EMS Technologies

ESL Defence Limited

FLECOMPRON SIX

FXC Corporation/Guardian Parachute

Global Teknik Havacilik

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Corporate Members

Bronze

Governor's Office of Economic Development-Utah

GT Aeronautics, LLC

Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation

Harmonic Drive LLC

Hemisphere GPS

HITEC RCD

Hydra Technologies

Ice Management Systems, Inc.

Integrated Dynamics

International Custom Products, Inc.

Israel Aircraft Industries

Kollsman

Leach International

Maxon Precision Motors, Inc.

Mission Technologies, Inc.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.

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Corporate Members

Bronze

Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co. Ltd.

MLB Company

Modern Technology Solutions

National Air Support

National Center for Defense Robotics (NCDR) an initiative of The Technology Collaborative

NEC Network and Sensor Systems, Ltd.

Octec Limited

Paramount PDS

Piasecki Aircraft Corporation

Pioneer UAV, Inc.

Procerus Technologies

Protonex Technology Corporation

Rapid Imaging Software, Inc.

Sargent Fletcher, Inc.

Scaled Composites, LLC

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Corporate Members

Bronze

Telephonics Corporation

Texstars

Thielert Aircraft Engines GmbH

UAV Flight Systems, Inc.

Ultra Electronics Measurement Systems Inc

Universal Shipbuilding Corporation

V.I.T. Engineering GmbH

Vermont Composites

Volz Servos

Zodiac ESCO

Sensenich Propeller

Sensing Systems, LLC

SOGO Electronics, Inc.

Solid Concepts, Inc.

STARA Technologies, Inc.

TacGeo

Tadiran Spectralink Ltd.

Technical Solutions, Inc.

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Corporate Members

Academic

Australian Centre for Field Robotics

Cochise College - Aviation Dept.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Georgia Tech Research Institute

Mississippi State University - Raspet Flight Research Laboratory

New Mexico State University-Physical Science Laboratory

Swedish National Defence College

University of Alabama in Huntsville--Rotorcraft Systems Engineering and Simulation Center

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contact information
Contact Information

AUVSI

2700 S. Quincy St., Suite 400

Arlington, Virginia, USA

Phone: +1.703.845.9671

Fax: +1.703.845.9679

www.auvsi.org

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